Despite the plush digs, the reality tv contestants will be forced to share bunk beds, with a former Bachelor producer revealing the grounds may look expansive on the TV show, but in real life sections of the house are cut off from the contestants.
“Parts of the house are sanctioned off for crew,” the source told Yahoo. “Certain bathrooms are sanctioned off, there’s constantly lights set up. You’re not living in a home. You’re living on a set.”
Former Gogglebox star Angie Kent will be guided by Osher Gunsberg on her quest for love, following in the footsteps of Sophie Monk, Georgia Love and Sam Frost.
The Bachelorette is set to air on Wednesday, September 24.